A couple of heavy trucks are speeding toward each other. They meet in the middle of a highway head-on. The two trucks become a single crush of grinding metal after the collision.
When that happens with cards, it's called Autograph.
Justin Miller's routine design is effective. The trick looks impossible, and is.
Two cards are signed and dated. Without any funny moves at all, your spectators VISIBLY see the two signatures change places. Then, both SEPARATE cards become one single card in their hand with your signature on one side, and their signature on the other.
Autograph takes the classic Anniversary Waltz to a new level, with a twisted ending that no one expects.
Reset is instant So powerful you almost have to close your act with it Beautifully routined, not difficult, uses standard card handling methods
Buckle up and get ready for a head-on collision with one of Ellusionist's best underground teachers. All will be discussed: Psychology, methods and presentation.
This is J-Miller at his finest, releasing a signature effect he performs nearly every day.